An amazing example of the entry level straight razor in the 1950' to 1960's. Beautiful resin scales with brass Bolster and inlay. The high carbon Swedish steel takes on a killer sharp edge even for a near wedge grind. I sell very very little near wedge razors, as they can be a can of worms if not honed or ground correctly. If you decide you would like to shave with this razor, I highly recommend you allow me (Phil) to do the initial honning at no charge to you of course. But like all Antique razors of this caliber, I recommend collecting it, as the value will only increase over time. But when it comes down to it, do what feels right, you can't go wrong.
Please note: With any Shaving Antiques there are no returns. Once the razor is honed or used it is no longer New Old Stock. As a small family run business we could not recover the cost. These type of Antiques are more for collectability and will gain value over time. So we ask that you take your time before making such an important decision and look over the pictures carefully. Also note that this does not mean you are left out in the cold with no support! We stand behind our products, which means if you have problems down the road, we will go out of our way to help you if you drop your razor, or lose a pin. But if you plan to shave with such a rare and irreplaceable piece of Art... Well we respect your choice, and would love to hear about it!
Comes with the original coffin box. Like any high-end collectible, we ask that you advise us on whether you would like the original factory edge, or made to be completely "Shave Ready"
If you entrust to us this special privilege, like all other straight razors leaving the Classic Edge, we will take great care to ensure this edge is perfect in every way.